• C++ Programming for Financial Engineering
    Highly recommended by thousands of MFE students. Covers essential C++ topics with applications to financial engineering.
    Python for Finance with Intro to Data Science
    Gain practical understanding of Python to read, understand, and write professional Python code for your first day on the job.
    An Intuition-Based Options Primer for FE
    Ideal for entry level positions interviews and graduate studies, specializing in options trading arbitrage and options valuation models.

Vote: Would you sell your algorithms to a retail trader marketplace (With high volume)?

Would you sell your algorithms to a retail trader marketplace (With high volume)?

  • Yes

    Votes: 2 33.3%
  • No

    Votes: 4 66.7%

  • Total voters
    6
  • Poll closed .

MadCPlusPlus

Active Member
C++
If you don't have enough capital to play your game, or if you have a bad execution, or bad hardware environment. Sell it if there's a buyer.

Some strategy is only doable with very deep pocket in my opinion.
 
I'm doubtful that you'll get the better end but if so go for it
Help me understand. My thinking is this if you're making money with your algorithm(s) and let's say 250 people on a marketplace want to lease one of them for $39/mo and you get to keep your rights to it, you wouldn't?
 
If you don't have enough capital to play your game, or if you have a bad execution, or bad hardware environment. Sell it if there's a buyer.

Some strategy is only doable with very deep pocket in my opinion.
That's understanding from a local environment standpoint. So if the marketplace provides tools and resources to handle those issues better, it would be beneficial?
 
Top